One of the more difficult and time consuming infusions Glengarry makes. The infusion process for this Dopplebock takes about 4 hours to do correctly. This beer like, the Vanilla Bean Porter, has a lot of grain in the infusion. That requires both tanks to be used and transferred back and forth for the infusion process to succeed. The labor is well worth the effort. After a lagering that can last for up to 12 weeks. The dark lager that emerges is bold and crisp, yet sweet like a Dopplebock should be.

This beer, and most Glegarry Brewing beers, are true to the "Reinheitsgebot". This means the ingredients are restrained into the categories of Grains, Hops, and Yeast. No fruit or other adjuncts (tongue in cheek). Here is a list of Glegarry Dopplebock's ingredients.

  • 9 lbs. Munich Malt 10L
  • 5 lbs. Czech Pilsner Malt
  • 0.5 lbs. American Chocolate Malt
  • 1 oz Hallertau Hops
  • 1 oz Tettnanger Hops

A good Dopplebock features the malt.

Dopplebock features the malt, not the hops. So the you won't taste a whole lot of hop in this beer. It is brewed to be crisp and bold (lagering process), yet sweet and malty.

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